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Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
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Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere

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It is not always easy to create a living room atmosphere where we feel comfortable with our family and friends. In today’s post, we will present you the best design ideas for your home. Enhance your contemporary home by giving your living area the oomph it deserves.

Francis Sultana is the go-to interior designer for international collectors, many of whom have major contemporary art and design collections. Loved for his unique ability to merge the residential requirements of a domestic space with often large-scale visual art, sculpture and installation pieces, his studio is working on projects in the UK and across Europe as well as in China and in the US.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | Francis Sultana

Francis is an expert in the use of color. Make your living room an inviting place by introducing different hues into your space. Do not forget to use some golden details – and you will have a luxurious and contemporary living room.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | Francis Sultana

If you are not a big fan of bold colors, you can also use neutral tones – and if you decorate your walls with artwork, you’ll have a statement living room. Simple can be complex – you need to be very picky when combining the different elements. Francis Sultana does this perfectly.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | Francis Sultana

If the project is a large and open space, decorating can be tricky. You need to place objects so that everything is in balance. When we look at this living room, our eyes see a bunch of colors and a lot of decorative elements. Is that risky? Yes. Is it a great example of interior design done right? Absolutely.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | Boca do Lobo

Boca do Lobo shows you some options to your living room. Get inspired by these earth tones and let yourself fall in love with the Odette Sofa – the luxury sofa that enhances any ambiance.

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Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | Boca do Lobo

If you want to properly decorate a corner in your living room, we have a tip for you: statement chairs and an opulent mirror. Perfect for having a heart-to-heart conversation.

Statement Looks | Boca do Lobo

If you want a surprising element in your decor, choose a color you love. This apartment has neutral tones yet has a sofa with a striking color that stands out.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | Boca do Lobo

Lapiaz is a table that takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new dimension. This contemporary coffee table is inspired by authentic karst formations created by the dissolution, freezing or thawing of dolomite rock, whose beauty can be found in the most unexpected places.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | BRABBU

If you like it classy, check out this living room – it’s so harmonious and monochromatic we could stare at it all day. The chandelier adds the ultimate sophistication.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | BRABBU

FITZROY Sofa is inspired by Mount Fitz Roy, a mountain in Patagonia whose name is a tribute to Robert FitzRoy, the captain of the ship that carried Charles Darwin on his voyage around the world. This curved sofa, whose backrest is inspired by the extraordinary shape of the mountain, is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the frame is made of matt cast brass. FITZROY Sofa will add an organic element to any living room.

Statement Looks For a Living Room Atmosphere
Statement Looks | BRABBU

The first ships to cross the Atlantic were the inspiration for the NAU Sofa, a piece of furniture that will bring a sense of adventure and discovery to your living room. Upholstered in cotton velvet, this fabric sofa features a unique and unforgettable design.

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Salon Art + Design – The Best Highlights From The NYC Fair

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The return of the long-awaited NYC fair, Salon Art + Design happen this year, at the Park Avenue Armory, marking its 10th edition. Inspiration and Ideas will share the best of this year’s edition, so if you weren’t able to attend the event, this is your chance to catch up with one of the most important fairs in NYC for art enthusiasts.

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Tamagawa Norio at Onishi Gallery

Best Of Salon Art + Design -Tamagawa Norio at Onishi Gallery

A first time for Onishi Gallery at the design and fair, representing contemporary Japanese metalwork artists. Called “The Eternal Beauty of Metal”, the exhibition represented Osumi Yukie’s philosophy. The artist was the first female Living National Treasure in metal art.

Pieter Maes at Les Ateliers Courbet

Best Of Salon Art + Design - Pieter Maes at Les Ateliers Courbet

One of the best debuts at Salon Art & Design was Pieter Maes’s new furniture collection. Sleek, sensual, and fluid pieces were born from the collaboration of the designer with a group of master artisans in Europe using time-honoured techniques. All design enthusiastic got impressed with Maes’s fresh take on timeless forms.

Steen Ipsen at Hostler Burrows

Best Of Salon Art + Design

Ceramic acquires new meaning with Steen Ipsen’s world. The Danish artist crafts hand-built circular, elliptical, and biomorphic shapes. “Matter and Hand: Ten Artists In Denmark” was one of the standout stars on view at Hostler Burrows in New York.

Spin Love at Todd Merrill

Best Of Salon Art + Design

This was the result of the work of 15 talented craftsman people, working across different design categories, who each spent more than seven months making different sections, without knowing how the final piece would turn out. Created by Lionel Jadot, the final eye-catching table, titled Spin Love was the centrepiece at Todd Merrill Studio’s booth.

Ayala Serfaty at Maison Gerard

Best Of Salon Art + Design

Ayala Serfaty has kept leaving a mark in the world of contemporary design, crafting conceptual lights and furniture. The Israeli artist present this upholstery chair at Salon Art & Design, which was crafted with layers of finely woven felt and recalls organic forms of nature, like coral or crystalline rocks.

Liam Lee at Patrick Parrish

Best Of Salon Art + Design

You probably didn’t notice at first sight that the dazzling, brightly coloured forms created by Liam Lee are actually made out of hand-dyed, needle-felted wool. The artist examines the tension between the man-made and the natural environment. This exhibition was one of the best contemporary designs presented at Salon Art & Design last week.

Studio Job at R & Company

Best Of Salon Art + Design

R & Company is already known in the interior design world for its extraordinary collectable design pieces This time, that famous gallery presented a series of large-scale, bronze illuminated sculptures by Studio Job, at Salon Art & Design. Modern and traditional techniques come together in Studio Job’s works to produce one-of-a-kind objects.

Silvia Furmanovich’s Design Debut

Best Of Salon Art + Design

Silvia Furmanovich unravelled her design collection, a tribute to the Amazon. The Brazilian artist adapted her signature use of Brazilian wood marquetry in jewellery into a toadstool stool and a side table inspired by a leaf skeleton as well as beautiful vases, bowls, and mirrors.

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